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A crowd of more than 350 turned out for a Nov. 19 luncheon at the Irvine Hotel to celebrate five honorees of the Business Journal’s 15th annual Family Owned Business Awards.
The Honda Center in Anaheim will host the West Regional of the NCAA basketball tournament in 2016, the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee announced.
The Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa plans to open a dance school in September 2015 with American Ballet Theatre, the center said.
More people came to Orange County in September, and they spent more money, the Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau said.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously today to accept a donation of 2,500 vacant acres by the Irvine Company, said the parks unit of the county’s Community Resources department.
Professional surfer Kelly Slater will endorse surf product for Costa Mesa-based Volcom Inc. and Electric Visuals in San Clemente.
MEDIA: Crowd of 25,000 hears about 1st new franchise in 17 years
Blizzard Entertainment Inc.’s latest game in development marks another milestone for the Irvine-based company as it continues to offer new types of games in an ambitious schedule of product releases.
Are the powers that be rethinking the fate of the two hangars on the former Marine base in Tustin now that Google has signed a 60-year lease worth $1.2 billion for a similar structure and several others on surrounding grounds in the Silicon Valley?
HOSPITALITY: Show also hosts media on day before opening
The National Association of Music Merchants plans a “Retail Boot Camp” for music retailers on the day before its Jan. 22-25 show at the Anaheim Convention Center.
RESTAURANTS: Approach allows fast growth at limited cost
Small local restaurant companies plan to expand by franchise in 2015.
Quiksilver Inc. sold online retailer Surfdome.com in the United Kingdom to Australia-based rival SurfStitch for $16 million.
Tickets to College Playoff Games Part Of Giveaway
Taco Bell Corp. has teamed up with ESPN Inc. to give college students a chance to cheer on their teams at this season’s College Football Playoff games from the Live Más Student Section.
Adds to List of Customers That Includes DirecTV
Irvine-based smart technology provider Greenwave Systems has developed a router for Verizon Communications Inc.
Freedom Communications Holdings Inc. will cease publication of OC Register Metro, according to the monthly magazine’s founder, Steve Churm, who announced the move during Freedom’s Hot 25 event on Thursday at the Island Hotel Newport Beach.
Hyundai Motor America Inc.'s new headquarters won honors from the local chapter of a global real estate trade group.